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Rats and mice

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/rats-mice.html

May 27, 2016 ..., vines, and other dense vegetation. It will infest attics, rafters, or roofs, and upper stories of buildings. Knowing the type of pest you have can help you figure out the best approach to controlling them. (For example, a rat trap is too large to kill a mouse.) Should I be concerned? Mice and rats are carriers of disease, and can damage property. The deer mouse

Ladybugs

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Aug 5, 2016 ...). Multicoloured Asian lady beetles, a specific type of ladybug, were brought to North America in the 1970s to control aphids and other crop-eating insects. Their fast reproduction and ability to withstand fairly harsh winters have helped them become one of the main species in Canada. They are slightly larger than native species, usually 6 to 10 mm long (.24 to .39 inches

White grubs

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Jun 15, 2016 ... wasps and flies also help keep June bug or Japanese beetle populations in check. Some of these are specific to a single insect, but others will control several pests in an area. Bird houses attract natural predators (like starlings and blackbirds) that feed on white grubs. Resistant varieties of plants Choose resistant varieties of plants. If reseeding

Bedbugs: how do I prevent an infestation?

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Feb 27, 2015 ... that they are entering from a room above yours. For more information on pesticide use and regulation, contact Health Canada's Pest Management Information Service. For more information Health Canada Warns Canadians Not to Use Unregistered Bedbug Control Products Stop Bedbugs! Start By Checking Your Room Use pesticides safely United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA

Poison ivy

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/home-garden-safety/poison-ivy.html

Jul 8, 2016 ... not regenerate easily from plant fragments. Since loose seeds may be hard to detect, remove any dead plant material from the ground, in case some seeds are still attached to the stems. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions

Aphids

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Jun 4, 2013 ... products. Chemical products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings carefully. Always look for a Pest Control Products (PCP) number on the label so you know the product has been approved by Health Canada. See Use

Moles and voles

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Jun 4, 2013 ... grass leading to shallow underground burrows small piles of brownish droppings (feces) and short pieces of grass along the runways How can I get rid of moles? Physical control Licensed pest control operators may offer a trapping service, or traps can be rented from them or a farming co-op. Be sure to ask for instructions on the proper use of mole traps if you

Blacklegged (deer) ticks

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Jun 4, 2015 ... black in colour egg-shaped For more information Flea and tick treatment (video) Use pesticides safely Report a problem with a pesticide Keep pets safe by following label directions on flea and tick control products Prevention of Lyme disease

Tent caterpillars

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/tent-caterpillars.html

Jun 4, 2013 .... Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings carefully. Always look for a Pest Control Products (PCP) number on the label so you know the product has been approved by Health Canada. See Use pesticides safely

Bedbugs: how do I avoid them when travelling?

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Feb 27, 2015 ... on it, or fold your clean laundry at home. For more information on pesticide use and regulation, contact Health Canada's Pest Management Information Service. For more information Health Canada Warns Canadians Not to Use Unregistered Bedbug Control Products Stop Bedbugs! Start By Checking Your Room Use pesticides safely United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA

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